5.2 changes explained: https://www.bluetooth.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/Bluetooth_5.2_Feature_Overview.pdf
I won’t pretend I understand more than 10% of it.
The main takeaway for me is that isochronous channels is a transport protocol that ensures that ‘time-bounded’ data is rendered by multiple targets at the same time.
LE Isochronous communication was primarily designed for use in audio products and systems. It
provides the means by which audio, delivered from a source to multiple sinks, can be rendered at the
same time, for properly synchronized playback. Audio, which for some reason is delayed after being
generated at the source, expires and is discarded so that it does not affect the listening experience at
New use cases, new topologies, and, ultimately, new product types will be possible with the
new Bluetooth LE isochronous channels feature. The use of Bluetooth LE for audio is called